After pandemic delay.
The unsecured lender swung to a R560 million loss in the 12 months through September, compared with a year-earlier profit of R267 million.
Sales in its first quarter rose by 7.7%.
Chinese Internet behemoth loses as much as 5.5% in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
But its clothing and Australian divisions continue to struggle in the face of Covid-19.
Three auditors face a total of 413 improper conduct charges related to the failed property syndication scheme.
Employees signed VSP agreements in August 2020.
Unchanged share price indicates shareholders expect much the same in the second six months than in the first half of the year.
Its online sales in SA in the food segment grew by almost 160% and contributes more than 2% to overall sales.
Beyond just the claims under its hospitality and leisure division.